Tenant Representation

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SINCE 1980,

THE WOODMONT COMPANY

HAS BEEN A TRUSTED PARTNER.

138 SHOPPING CENTERS IN 18 STATES,

TOTALING 19 MILLION SQUARE FEET.

experience

36 years of experience. That is the difference which stands behind every single

Woodmont Company assignment. Every customer, every transaction, every

development is backed by 36 years of dedicated experience. That is undeniable. It is

absolutely unbeatable.

From its beginnings as a one-person commercial brokerage firm, The Woodmont Company

has evolved into an integrated group of seasoned commercial real estate experts providing

coast-to-coast delivery of retail services.

success

Success is not only defined by a winning track record, but rather characterized by a solid reputation

built by earning the trust and respect of customers as well as partners.

The Woodmont Company exemplifies that definition of success in every phrase of commercial real estate.

Since Woodmont operates as an interdisciplinary organization, our multi-tiered service teams provide a

competitive edge and the expertise necessary to succeed in today’s demanding market.

partnership

At Woodmont, you’ll have a single point person supported by a cohesive team. We entrench ourselves with our

customers through every step of the process. From the very beginning to the very last signature, each and every

Woodmont team member is 110% dedicated to making customer service our 1st priority. The customer comes first.

No exceptions.


RETAIL SERVICES

OVERVIEW

AS A TENANT REPRESENTATIVE,

We function as an advocate for the tenant. When we act as a tenant

representative, you gain superior knowledge of leasing rates and

strategies, outstanding and experienced negotiators, as well as

a depth of knowledge about lease documents and legal issues.


MARKET

INTELLIGENCE

• Demographic Reports

• Grocery Aerials

• Highest Income Zones in DFW

• Top 10 Centers in DFW


MARKET

INTELLIGENCE

TOP

1

2

TEN CENTERS IN

dallas/fort worth

NORTHPARK

MALL

dallas

THE

GALLERIA

dallas

3

4

5

THE SHOPS AT

LEGACY

plano

SOUTHLAKE TOWN

SQUARE

southlake

UNIVERSITY PARK

VILLAGE

fort worth

6

7

8

THE VILLAGE AT ALLEN &

THE VILLAGE AT FAIRVIEW

allen + fairview

WEST

VILLAGE

dallas

HIGHLAND

PARK VILLAGE

dallas

9

10

STONEBRIAR

MALL

frisco

ARLINGTON

HIGHLANDS

arlington


RETAIL SITE

SELECTION PROCESS

STEP 1: market overview

The first step in our site selection process is to provide possible clients with general market information

that will assist them in determining whether or not to pursue expansion plans in a market. Prior to you

making any commitment to us, we will provide our information from our market intelligence, such

as the top ten centers in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex, maps of the Highest Income Zones in

DFW, or an aerial of the groceries in the area. This is a very valuable tool for understanding the

general market conditions and will assist you in your initial stages of analysis.

STEP 2: establishing clients’ needs

If you decide to have The Woodmont Company as your representative, we will work

with you to identify specific quantifiable criteria you require for new locations

within the market. General criteria typically include:

- Demographics

- Co-tenancy

- Budget

- Size

- Traffic Counts

- Ingress/Egress

After establishing these general requirements, we will work

with you to prioritize them and insure all other relevant

criteria are clearly defined. This second step of

establishing our client’s needs allows both you and

us to focus our efforts to better assist you.


RETAIL SITE

SELECTION PROCESS

STEP 3: identify available sites

Equipped with a clear understanding of what your needs are, we query our proprietary database and

reach out to the brokerage community to begin compiling available sites. We will be able to provide

you with future site considerations as well as site opportunities that are available immediately.

STEP 4: present possible sites

Once we have identified available sites in the market, we evaluate each of them against the

criteria we developed with the client earlier in the process. We then identify each site on

a map and provide you with a referenced packet of marketing materials containing

the properties’ flyers that include demographics, traffic counts, and any other data

essential to your analysis. Then we will tour the targeted list of interested sites

that our clients have narrowed down from the list of possibilities.


RETAIL SITE

SELECTION PROCESS

STEP 5: market tour

All the analysis, aerials, and presentation material does not provide the invaluable information provided in

an actual market tour. With targeted sites identified, we will schedule a market tour with you to visit each

interested site and tour the appropriate retail centers and surrounding areas.

STEP 6: site selection and begin negotiations

Once you have determined which sites you are most interested in after the tour, we will then focus on drafting

your Letter of Intent (LOI).

STEP 7: finalize the transaction

Throught out the Lease Review process, we are available to answer any questions taht may arise while you

discuss the lease with your attorney. We will do all that we can to ensure you have a seamless transition from

negotiating on a site to opening a business in that site.


SUCCESSFUL

STORIES

Woodmont is fantastic! The

tenant representation team are so

knowledgable and assured success!

dennis mayhall

Domino’s Pizza

Woodmont is fantastic! The

tenant representation team are so

knowledgable and assured success!

josh frick

The Kiddie Academy

Woodmont is fantastic! The

tenant representation team are so

knowledgable and assured success!

ryan franklin

Firehouse Subs

Woodmont is fantastic! The

tenant representation team are so

knowledgable and assured success!

curt

Altitude Trampoline Park

Woodmont is fantastic! The

tenant representation team are so

knowledgable and assured success!

adam saxton

McAlister’s Deli

Woodmont is fantastic! The

tenant representation team are so

knowledgable and assured success!

john doe

Gracie Barra

Woodmont is fantastic! The

tenant representation team are so

knowledgable and assured success!

adam saxton

McAlister’s Deli

Woodmont is fantastic! The

tenant representation team are so

knowledgable and assured success!

john doe

Gracie Barra


PAST CLIENTS


PR EXCERPTS

“[THE WOODMONT COMPANY] HAS DEVELOPED

MORE THAN 10 MILLION SQUARE FEET OF

RETAIL ACROSS 33 STATES.”

stephen coslik

featured on Real Estate Bisnow - DFW

shopping center investors, retailers focus on attracting more consumer spending in 2016

CoStar - December 2015

“The coming year will bring a renewed focus on redevelopment of existing centers, expansion when possible and repositioning of shopping center

properties and introduction of new retailers and formats by owners to create buzz and ambiance to better serve their trade areas.

However, the size of shopping centers delivered next year will be smaller than in past years as most anchor tenants remain on the sidelines and

many other retailers continue to down-size their space needs, said Grant Gary, president of brokerage services for The Woodmont Co., based in Fort

Worth, TX. ‘Restaurants, especially fast casual; grocery, fitness, fast fashion and discount apparel, will be the growth categories,’ said Gary. ”

getting physical with e-tailers

Shopping Centers Today - November 2015

“Birchbox, Bonobos and Trunk Club put a priority on using real estate to reach Millennial-age shoppers. This can give landlords with Millennialfriendly

mixed-use properties a competitive advantage, says Grant Gary, president of brokerage services at the Fort Worth, Texas–based Woodmont

Co. “Millennials want different things,” said Gary, “so the focus becomes much more on the entertainment component of a project, the availability of

green space and the walkability factor.” On July 16, Bonobos opened a 950-square-foot Guideshop at North American Properties’ Avalon, an 86-acre

mixed-use project in Alpharetta, Ga. Bonobos also operates a Guideshop in the 9-acre Buckhead Atlanta mixed-use project. Customers use these

locations to meet with fashion experts, order what they want and have the clothes delivered free of charge.”

abj real estate roundup: jump for joy - altitude trampoline park heads to austin

Austin Business Journal- September 2015

“Altitude Trampoline Park subleased 39,805 square feet in a former Albertsons grocery store at 6800 Westgate Blvd. This will be the Fort Worthbased

company’s first Austin location but several trampoline parks have opened around town in recent years. Albertsons closed its 10 Austin stores

in 2006, but evidently had a long-term lease at the site. John Zikos, Christopher Gibbons and Cheryl Hill of Dallas-based Venture Commercial Real

Estate represented Albertsons LLC in the sublease arrangement. Records at the Travis Central Appraisal District show that Levy Cannon West LLC

has been the building owner since 2005. Joseph Williams of The Woodmont Co. represented the tenant.”


PR EXCERPTS

retailers in expansion mode, ground-up development still challenging

National Real Estate Investor - May 2015

“...chains such as Target and Kohl’s, staple anchors for many shopping centers, have curtailed their annual store opening plans from 75 or 100 a year

to maybe 10 new locations, according to Stephen Coslik, chairman of The Woodmont Company, a Fort Worth, Texas-based investment, development

and property management firm. The Woodmont Company does have about six new projects in its pipeline, including properties in North Fort Worth,

Texas, Tulsa, Okla. and Wichita, Kansas, but overall, development activity is still far from robust.”

sub shop locations spread like wildfire

Dallas Business Journal - April 2015

“Real estate firm The Woodmont Company represented Firehouse Subs in acquiring four locations:

• CITY VIEW TOWNE CENTER, 4801 Bryant Irvin Road, Fort Worth

• THE SHOPS OF GRANBURY, the southwest corner of Highway 377 and Overstreet Boulevard, Granbury

• PLAZA AT CEDAR HILL, the major cross streets of Clark and Beltline roads, Cedar Hill

• ELDORADO PLAZA, northwest corner of Highway 75 at Eldorado Parkway, McKinney”

the future of fort worth

Real Estate Bisnow - April 2015

“The Woodmont Co chairman Stephen Coslik [...] will be a featured speaker on the panel. He tells us his 35-year-old company has developed

more than 10M SF of retail across 33 states. Woodmont is developing the 330k SF outlet mall, called Outlets at Alliance, at the northeast

corner of Cabela Drive and I-35W, just across the street from Cabela’s (which is the chain’s No. 2 store, bringing in more than $100M and 3.5

million visitors annually.)”

the woodmont co. arranges ground lease in metro dallas

Rebusiness Online - March 2015

“The Woodmont Co. has arranged a ground lease with Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers at Mansfield Town Center. Raising Cane’s is a restaurant chain

offering chicken fingers as its only main course. Raising Cane’s expects to open their 2,650-square-foot restaurant this summer. Bryan Dyer of The

Woodmont Co. represented the owner of Mansfield Town Center, Kossman Development Co, in the transaction. Kevie Beard of Venture Commercial

represented the unnamed tenant. Mansfield Town Center is located at the intersection of U.S. Highway 287 and Cooper Street in Tarrant County.

The center is 96 percent leased and boasts more than 40 retailers. With Target and Kohl’s “sitting on the sidelines, for us, the fuel is just not there,”

Coslik noted.”


LIMITED TENANT

BIO’S

LIMITED TENANT BIOS AND SUCCESSFUL ROLLOUT

SUMMARIES / WHITE PAPERS

TO BE PROVIDED BY GRANT (ALTITUDE, STAPLES, AND

FIREHOUSE SUBS/MCALISTERS)


TENANT

REPRESENTATION

our team

Access to the best set of GIS, Graphics, & Research in the industry

Real estate solutions through a single point of contact

grant gary

817.377.7735

ggary@woodmont.com

joseph williams

214.217.4614

jwilliams@woodmont.com

karen mitchell

214.217.4617

kmitchell@woodmont.com

An experienced team of professionals committed to their tenants

Work and dedication catered to each tenant’s specific needs

Extensive market knowledge through the Dallas/Fort Worth

metroplex

Over 120 years of combined real estate experience

erik coslik

817.377.7707

ecoslik@woodmont.com

peter jacobsen

817.377.7174

pjacobsen@woodmont.com

susan ferreri

214.217.4602

sferreri@woodmont.com

bryan dyer

817.377.7785

bdyer@woodmont.com

gal avneri

214.217.4607

gavneri@woodmont.com

angela hawkins

214.217.4608

ahawkins@woodmont.com


2100 West 7th Street – Fort Worth, Texas 76107 ▪ Phone 817.732.4000 ▪ Fax 817.735.4738 ▪ www.woodmont.com

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